These horrifying images show the moment ISIS fighters threw a man off the roof of a building before stoning him to death for being gay.
A group of armed, masked men are seen on top of the building with the victim, who was apparently condemned by an Islamic court.
The grim photos, believed to have been taken in northern Iraq, then show the man’s body on the ground after he was hurled from the rooftop.
His body can then be seen on the ground surrounded by what look like bricks – possibly used for the stoning.
The images were posted on a jihadist website.
Their appearance follows the shocking revelations of torture used by the CIA on detainees during the War on Terror.
Before the man in these latest photos was thrown to his death, his killers read the ‘judgement’ from the Islamic court.
It read that the man should be thrown from the highest point in the city for being gay.
In a statement which accompanied the images, ISIS said “the Islamic court in Wilayet al-Furat [which refers to an area which crosses the frontier between Syria and Iraq] decided that a man who has practised sodomy must be thrown off the highest point in the city.”
It said the man would also be “stoned to death,” the Daily Mail reports.
ISIS have used this method to execute people accused of being gay on at least three occasions in less than a month.
On one occasion a man aged 20 was stoned to death in Syria last month after ISIS claimed they found homosexual images on his phone, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said.
ISIS carries out regular public executions and other punishments for a wide range of supposed infringements of Islamic law.
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